gross estate


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the total valuation of the estate's assets at the time of the person's death

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It is allowed for death taxes paid to a foreign country or a United States possession on property that is (a) included in the decedent's gross estate, and (b) situated (and subject to tax) in that country or possession.
(5ex) With respect to the IRC Section 6166 extension of time to pay estate tax, the requirement that the decedent's interest in a closely held business must exceed 35% of the adjusted gross estate is met by an estate only if the estate meets the requirement both with and without the application of the bringback rule.
However, if the surviving spouse receives a straight life annuity, there is no property interest remaining at his death to be included in his gross estate.
Generally, the gross estate includes all property of any description and wherever located, to the extent the decedent had any interest in the property at the time of death.
All property that is included in the gross estate and passes to the surviving spouse is eligible for the marital deduction.
If she seeks to retain de facto control after she has transferred the stock, the full value of the stock at the date of her death will be included in her gross estate.
Under IRC section 2039(a), IRAs are includable in the gross estate and, therefore, are subject to estate and income tax.
If, when the owner dies, the VA's cash value is $80,000, the insurance company will pay a $100,000 death benefit to the named beneficiary--and the estate must include the $100,000 death benefit in its gross estate (even though the VA cash value was only $80,000).
Charles died in 2003, leaving a gross estate of $1.8 million.
Any installments not yet paid at the seller's death are included in the sellee gross estate at their present value.
Since jointly owned property with right of survivorship (or tenancy by the entirety) is generally not considered part of the decedent's probate estate, many people have the erroneous notion that the value of such property is not includable in the decedent's gross estate for Federal estate tax purposes.
Section 20.2032A-8(a)(2) provides that the real property selected for special use valuation must constitute at least 25 percent of the value of the entire adjusted gross estate.
The IRS issued final regulations providing guidance on the portion of property (held in trust or otherwise) includible in a grantor's gross estate if the grantor has retained the use of the property or the right to an annuity, unitrust, graduated retained interest or other payment from the property for life, for any period not ascertainable without reference to the grantor's death or for a period that does not in fact end before the grantor's death (T.D.
The IRS issued final regulations providing guidance on the portion of property (held in trust or otherwise) includible in the grantor's gross estate if the grantor has retained the use of the property or the right to an annuity, unitrust, graduated retained interest, or other payment from the property for life, for any period not ascertainable without reference to the grantor's death, or for a period that does not in fact end before the grantor's death (T.D.
If the partnership is both policyowner and beneficiary, the insurance proceeds, as such, are not includable in the insured's gross estate under the incidents of ownership test (Q 630).